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In This Issue Campus police: they don't always write tickets -Page 5 The Menomonie Theater Guild gets Wilde -Page 18 Women's golf takes second at WIAC Championships -Page 21


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CONTENT 03 NEWS The Life Of A Greek..................................3 International LGBTQ awareness...............4

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Campus police: They don’t always write tickets.......................................................5 Stout Student Association defending statute 36.09.............................................6 Watch out UW-Stout: Intersection causes blind spots....................................7

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UW-Stout welcomes new provost and vice chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Joe Bessie.................7

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Stout Org Spotlight: Stout RPGs............. 11

14 ENTERTAINMENT

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Women’s golf team takes second at WIAC Championships............................. 21 UW-Stout gets first conference win with overtime goal............................22

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Cover photo by Maddy Settle Your palms sweat. Your body trembles. Your knees feel weak. It’s time to ask that incredibly attractive crush of yours to prom – or, more specifically, Menom Prom. Just take a deep breath and believe in yourself! Before you know it, you’ll end up happily posing with your date, just like Blaze and the BDP Gorilla.

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The Menomonie Theater Guild gets Wilde............................................... 17

Fifth-set comeback wins it for UW–Stout...............................................20

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Hundreds of gamers unite at PONG Expo LAN.................................... 17

International students need to be heard...9

Drive By Press at the Raw Deal............. 14

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The UW–Stout student’s guide to fall frolicking................................................. 16

Blue Devils fall short against Titans........ 19

Microwaved apple crisp ......................... 10 Kou Yang

Will you go to Menom-Prom with me................................................... 15

Peace coming to campus.........................8

10 COLUMNS

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Tuesdays at The Abbey: Cans for Canines............................................. 14

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Opening Thoughts from the MSC...

Crazy High School Prom Stories

“I went to prom in my dad’s semi.”

– Brett Williamson

“A guy stripped during Gangnam Style and jumped from the second floor into the crowd.”

– Conner O’brien

“Our party bus got pulled over by the police because they thought iour driver was drunk.”

– Andrew Bugbee

“My ride left me so I had to run home 2 miles.” – Nick Scheppmann

“I was running for prom king and when they called my name a girl was grinding on me so I couldn’t go up.”

– Anonymous/Charlie

Anna Novak News Writer

The University of Wisconsin–Stout has eight official Greek organizations, all of which make a huge impact on our campus. Gamma Sigma Sigma, a national service sorority on campus, earned the title of “Organization of the Year” for 2012-2013. Ashley Duda, president of the sorority, said that Gamma Sigma Sigma is a “sorority that is based on the ideals of friendship, service and equality. Our chapter has done many things to help our community, both locally and nationally.” Gamma Sigma Sigma holds onto the record of the longest running service project on campus, by hosting the American Red Cross blood drive.

“Our limo driver ditched us.”

With homecoming around the corner, many students would think that Greeks just party when, in reality, the majority of Greek organizations put on fundraisers or events.

– Steve Swanson

– Asha Muhammad

– Jose Palacios

“Someone put bubble bath in the fountain.” – Abigail Mitchel

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“Senior year my date got food poisoning.”

“I went with a fever and I was on a lot of medication”

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“Gamma Sigma Sigma partners up with ROTC during homecoming for each event, which has such a wonderful group of people and makes working with them all week so much better!” says Duda. There are many homecoming events that the Greek organizations partake in

on campus. One is the couch-a-thon, an overnight competition between all Greek organizations starting Thursday, Oct. 17 through Friday morning. Another competition is the soapbox derby where Greeks race a soapbox down the hill behind the fire station. In addition, of course, homecoming also includes running for homecoming court! Each activity that a Greek organization wins is counted for points, and whichever Greek organization has the most points over the entire week wins. A full list of events can be found on the UW–Stout website: http://www.uwstout.edu/campuslife/ homecoming

For students thinking about joining a Greek organization, Dude highly recommends this. Rushing happens the first couple of weeks every semester during which flyers are handed out with specific information regarding meeting dates and times. “I have met some of my best college friends in the Greek community, said Duda. “I never would have thought that joining a sorority would change my life in such a positive way.”


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Cheyne Taylor News Writer

The University of Wisconsin–Stout and the National University of Science and Technology in Moscow are in the final stages of planning for a student exchange to Russia. This collaboration is being spear headed by UW–Stout’s Maria Alm, dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. However, this partnership comes in the middle of growing violence towards the Russian LGBTQ population, which spiked after Russia passed an anti-gay law. Questions and concerns are coming from UW–Stout students regarding Russia’s violence. The new anti-gay law outlaws “homosexual propaganda,” which forbids anyone to openly kiss, hold hands or wear any kind of clothing that may “promote” being homosexual. This law has also cast a shadow over the Winter Olympics that are to be held in Sochi, Russia early next year. “I am disappointed about Russia’s Holocaust-like behavior,” said UW¬–Stout senior Robert Felton. With all of this violence unfolding in Russia, many UW–students are concerned about the safety and security of students that may travel abroad in the program. “This law is unfortunate, and the timing is quite perplexing since the Olympics are around the corner,” said Alm. “I hope that everyone’s rights will be respected.”

Whether you’re a student with student visa or just a tourist, no one is exempt from the anti-gay law—or any other laws in Russia. “We need to respect cultural differences,” said Alm. “Russia isn’t the only country with anti-gay laws that students travel to. There are several countries that we have an exchange with who enforce some form of anti-gay law.” She believes that the United Sates needs to lead by example. According to the International Student Exchange, it is the students’ responsibility before committing to an exchange to do their own research on the host country. There is some common ground, however. Everyone hopes that students who come to visit the United States and return back to their home countries remain an integral part of the American influence in the world. Felton said, “I would like to see the Russian students attend not just one, but a couple of Liberal Arts classes on top of their polytechnical education.” Alm has witnessed first-hand the benefits that come from International Student Exchange. “With exchange we can affect change,” said Alm.

Maria Alm is leading the collaboration between the University of Wisconsin– Stout and the National University of Science and Technology in Moscow.


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Campus police: They don’t always write tickets Grace Arneberg News Editor Last year, two University of Wisconsin–Stout students were heading back to their residence hall after a night out. They saw a fellow student, who was highly intoxicated, struggling to swipe his card and get into the building. After realizing that he was in need of much more than just some assistance getting home, they called 911 and he was able to get the proper medical attention. No citations were given. Many students, when faced with a dilemma involving an intoxicated peer in need of medical attention, do one of three things: don’t call at all, call 911 and then leave in fear of getting an underage or call for help and stick around until the cops show up. “We’ve done such a good job of enforcing alcohol consequences that students are afraid to call for help,” said Chief of Police Lisa Walter. “It’s important for the student population to know that calling for help is the right thing to do. Don’t hesitate to help a friend due to fear of getting a ticket. “ It is also important for students to stick around after calling for help because they can relay necessary information about what their friend had to drink or eat earlier that day. No matter how much that person “usually drinks,” there are many other physiological factors involved. Too often students assume that “sleeping it off” is always a good idea. However, many doctors have reported that this can often be a fatal mistake because alcohol is a depressant. Also, too often students are afraid to call for help because they don’t want to get caught in the middle of the situation and risk the consequences.

“If you’re doing the right thing, the officers will take that into consideration,” said Walter. “This isn’t new, we’ve been doing this for years. We’re not ‘out to get the students’. Those are urban legends.” All of the campus officers are here specifically because they want to work on a campus with college students.

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“We get it. We were your age once,” said Walter. Along with UW–Stout’s educational peer-to-peer efforts such as the “stop at buzzed” campaign, which encourages students to be safe and take care of their friends, the campus police want to enforce safety among the community. “Legally, I have to tell everyone under 21 not to consume alcohol… but I’m a realist,” said Walter. “Everyone who has received some kind of enforcement has drawn attention to themselves.” If you are not being obvious by causing any disruptions or safety hazards for yourself or others, the campus police are generally going to let students return safely home. “Our overall goal is not just to write tickets,” said Walter. “We are part of your education, except you don’t have to pay for it,” she continued, repeating a favorite quote of hers. Students can stay updated with the campus police on a regular basis and find out information such as when enforcement is out at night by following their Twitter account at @StoutCops or their Facebook page, “UWStoutPD.”

Chief of Police Lisa Walter “I’d like to get to know who we are and how we operate”

Students are encouraged to read the 2013 Annual Campus Security and Safety Report, emailed to students on Tuesday, Oct. 1. It provides resources, access to service agencies and information and how to report crimes anonymously. It is available at http:// w w w.uwstout.edu/hs/health-safety-repor ts.cfm


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Juliana Lucchesi Stout Student Association President

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Stout Student Association defending statute 36.09 Kelly Senter News Writer Change is coming to the University of Wisconsin System, thanks to the Wisconsin State Government’s attempt to abolish State Statute 36.09. This statute allows the faculty, academic staff and students to have input on how money is distributed throughout their university, which is also referred to as shared governance. State legislators such as Speaker Robin Vos stated in the UW System Shared Governance Reform that “[shared governance] has been to the detriment of operational efficiency and educational improvement.” The reasoning behind this view is that the faculty, academic staff and students fail to cooperate with each other.

The Stout Student Association stands by the statute regardless. In the resolution made in support of Statute 36.09, the SSA firmly but objectively stated that the inclusion of the faculty, academic staff and students helps in policy development, creates a sense of connection and community and allows individual opinions to have a voice in decision making at the University of Wisconsin–Stout.

happens here. “State Statue 36.09 is progressive and helpful, which allows UW–Stout to be one of the most respected universities in the country,” said Juliana Lucchesi, SSA president.

Both sides have to be heard.

However, in order to keep 36.09, Lucchesi says that the faculty, academic staff and students must “band together.” There can be little-to-no interdepartmental squabbling, or else the system will become as ineffective as the state government believes it to be.

The state government is correct in saying that progress in the UW universities can be “hindered” by the current shared governance system. However, the SSA is equally correct in wanting all individuals at UW–Stout to have a say in what

Currently, the decision of whether or not to abolish this statute has not been made, but SSA has drawn their line in the sand on the issue and hopes that the faculty and academic staff will support them.


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Watch your back when turning towards Applied Arts Laura Dohman/Stoutonia

UW-Stout welcomes new provost and Watch out UW-Stout: vice chancellor for Academic and Intersection causes blind spots Student Affairs, Dr. Joe Bessie Kelly Senter News Writer

Cheyne Taylor News Writer

The road construction that was completed this summer at the intersection of 13th Avenue and Third Street E. are causing an issue, which motorists at the University of Wisconsin–Stout need to be aware of. The key problem is that drivers are unable to see traffic approaching from the east because of the new retaining wall and fence.

“The walkway was a significant safety improvement because no walkway existed on this block before the project and students often walked in the road,” said Keith McCarten from Parking Services.

When designing plans for the walkway between Applied Arts and the HansenKeith-Milnes-Chinook dorms, the city wanted to preserve the massive oak tree by raising the ground so that the roots of the tree would not be disturbed during the construction process. The extra dirt required a small retaining wall to be built alongside the tree and 13th Street to satisfy the city construction codes. A fence was also needed to meet city codes. Now, the retaining wall and fence create a blind spot.

“The focus of this project was to create a safe cityscape for the community and the university and to strike a good balance between the disparate needs of motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists,” said McCarten.

Nevertheless, the walkway is a benefit to the UW–Stout community.

In short, it is a well-lit, safe and time efficient way for students to get to class that does not involve dodging traffic.

Safety was the main goal of the project— safety for nature, pedestrians and those driving down Third Street E. The tree’s roots are protected and students can easily get to class without worrying about being run over. However, drivers must still be wary of this blind spot and use extra caution when driving through this intersection. If vehicles pull sufficiently close to 13th Avenue they will have a decent line of sight.

The University of Wisconsin–Stout wants to give a warm welcome to Dr. Joe Bessie and thank him for deciding to make this campus and the community home for himself and his family. Bessie received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Psychology from the University of California–Santa Cruz. He then moved to Minnesota to study for his Ph.D. After 11 years in Minnesota, Bessie moved to Edmund, Okla. to teach at the University of Central Oklahoma.

be on the cutting edge of solving future real-world problems.” Bessie, his wife and their 9-year-old twins have been in Menomonie for four months now. “We love how safe, friendly and diverse Menomonie is,” said Bessie. Cheyne Taylor/Stoutonia

“UW–Stout has a great reputation with the community and employers around the nation,” said Bessie. “I want to help UW– Stout to continuously mature as a premier polytechnic institution.” While having to deal with the challenge of the constant diminishing of state resources, Bessie stated that he has high hopes for the future of UW–Stout. “I see UW–Stout in 10 years growing its reputation as an applied learning institution among employers and becoming more of a number one competitive choice for students,” said Bessie. “I want see UW–Stout become more widely known internationally so that we can increasingly

Dr. Joe Bessie is very excited to be a part of UW-Stout.


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Students gather for the first Peace Organization Meeting

Peace coming to campus Anna Novak News Writer

The University of Wisconsin–Stout is working toward creating a new organization on campus. The first meeting of the Peace Organization, a group that aims to work toward creating and building peacemakers throughout the campus and community was held on Oct. 2. Shelby Schuppe, a junior majoring in Applied Science with a concentration in Sociology and Anthropology, has always

been interested in peace studies. Therefore, she started the Peace Organization. The Peace Organization has a few projects planned. One is to potentially build a peace garden as a tranquil place that students can go to be in solitude and reflect. The organization also wants to bring in guest speakers who will help raise awareness about what “peace” really means. The group also plans on collaborating with other clubs on campus that share the same ideas and raise awareness throughout UW–Stout. “Peace studies is a basic and essential

need to human life,” says Schuppe. “It’s at the center of how we should treat each other and how we react in the face of conflict.” Schuppe started the organization by talking to her professors in Anthropology, Peace Studies, International Studies and Geography and then announced her ideas during each one of her classes. Next, she contacted Campus Life Today, who reached out to the rest of the student body. The organization is now in the final works of becoming an official UW–Stout organization.

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“About 20 people showed up to the first meeting and a few students emailed me wanting more information. UW–Stout is doing an incredible job with the idea of peace,” said Schuppe. As peace studies becomes more popular on campus, students from all majors should come together to share a common belief and help make our community a better place to live and study. For more information, contact Shelby Schuppe at schuppes2274@my.uwstout.edu.

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During the 2012-2013 school year, UW-Stout hosted about 250 students, representing 43 countries.

International students need to be heard Abigail Broderdorf News Writer As a student, the chance to travel abroad is an opportunity most would not pass up. However, Stout Student Association believes this experience is one that potential international students may disregard when it comes to selecting University of Wisconsin–Stout as their education destination. The main complaint of international students studying at UW–Stout is the lack of available housing, difficulty in finding places for worship and struggle to maintain diets reflecting cultural customs. “There is a population of students that hasn’t felt included, historically,” said Juliana Lucchesi, president of SSA. “We need to bridge the gap between the two communities.”

SSA plans to overcome this hurdle by electing a specialty senator to represent international students and voice their opinions, rights and interests about the small cultural details UW–Stout may potentially overlook. This senator would help alleviate concerns by communicating with SSA, serving on the International Education Advisory Board and working with the Office of International Education. SSA wants this senator to give input in a multitude of areas, but two are being brought to the forefront. First, the senator will aid in figuring out accommodation requests due to a current housing shortage on UW–Stout’s campus. Lucchesi says it is difficult for international students to live off-campus because it excludes them

from school activities and camaraderie. Additionally, the senator will work with dietitians to help select ingredients and plan meals that echo the international students’ eating patterns. “It is a learning experience for American students just as much as it is for international students,” Lucchesi stated. “We need to include more international students within our own friend groups, sports and activities to help them acclimate, but yet also embrace their culture.” If you are an international student in good academic standing who is passionate about this topic, an active listener and with at least one year of schooling left, apply for the International Seat in the senate.

Applications are being accepted until the position is filled and can be found through SSA’s website at http://ssa.uwstout.edu/. If you have any questions, stop by their office in room 118 of the Memorial Student Center. SSA holds meetings every Tuesday evenings in the MSC at 7 p.m., and every student is encouraged to come and voice their opinion.


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Microwaved apple crisp Abigail Broderdorf News Writer

Apple crisp is a staple this time of year, and with an abundance of apples during fall you can bake it in just a few minutes. Apples help regulate blood sugar and are a good source of fiber, potassium and vitamin C. There’s no need to wait for a holiday to make this delicious treat; all you need is a microwave and a cozy night.

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1 medium apple, peeled and thinly sliced 1/2 tablespoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons quick cooking oats 1 tablespoon flour 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon 1 tablespoon butter, melted

1. Place thinly sliced apple in a small bowl. 2. Mix sugar and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon in separate bowl and then sprinkle over apple slices. 3. Combine remaining dry ingredients in a separate bowl, mixing well. 4. Stir in melted butter and pour over spiced apples. 5. Cook in microwave on high for 2-3 minutes or until apples are tender. 6. Let it rest for a few minutes for the topping to crisp. Serve with ice cream or whipped topping, if desired. Recipe adapted from: www.sprytesplace.blogspot.com

When selecting an apple to bake with, choose a firm apple such as a Honeycrisp or Granny Smith that will retain its shape and crunch. Abigail Broderdorf/Stoutonia


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Stout Org Spotlight: Stout RPGs Jeff Gebert Editor-in-Chief University of Wisconsin–Stout’s Role Playing Games organization (Stout RPGs) is an on-campus club that allows students to get together, kick back and play some board games. RPGs are games in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting. Examples of RPGs include Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Worlds of Darkness, Arkham Horror and Red Dragon Inn . Many RPG games can be quite complex and involve eight, 12 or even 20-sided dice. “The purpose of Stout RPGs is to encourage face to face interaction, and to inspire creativity, teamwork and active problem solving within the student body,” claimed club President Tim Paczkowski. “All while playing board and card games.” The club holds monthly meetings and is very open to hearing what their 40 members have to say. Members are often asked what they would like to see from the club. Anybody with an interest in role playing games is encouraged to come to the meetings in the Memorial Student Center “This club is for anybody looking to break from the routine of college life,” said Paczkowski. “Everybody thinks that RPGs are for nerds and that’s a stereotype we are trying to break. If people give it a chance and take the time to learn more about it, they may discover a world they never knew they could enjoy.” Next meeting: Thursday October 10th in the Willow/Walnut room at 7 p.m. Next game day: Saturday October 12th in the Cedar/Maple room at 11 a.m. For more information on the meeting schedule, as well as the upcoming UW–Stout RPG costume party, like the official Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/stoutrpgs

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  Property Notes Type   Includes all utilities, laundry facilities, very close to campus SR Property Notes Includes all utilities, laundry facilities, very close to campus SR Includes all utilities, laundry very close to campus Includes all utilities, laundry facilities, veryfacilities, close to campus SR Includes all utilities, laundry facilities, veryfacilities, close to campus SR Includes all utilities, laundry very close to campus Includes all utilities, laundry facilities, very close to campus SR Includes all utilities, laundry facilities, very close to campus Studio, includes WSG & heat, Very Close to Campus, Storage A Includes all utilities, laundry facilities, very close to campus Spacious Apt w/ den, Great location, front porch, storage, yard D Nice, large upstairs to Campus & Downtown 3 Includes all apartment, utilities,Close laundry facilities, very close to campus Efficiency Apt. Includes WSG & Heat, Very Close to Campus! A Studio, WSGrooms, & heat, Very Close to Campus, Storage Large Upper includes duplex, good-sized off-street parking, porch D Charming Apt, large utilities &front parking Spacious Aptefficiency, w/ den,includes Great all location, porch,6 storage, yard Large Efficiency, Very Nice! Includes All Utilities & Parking 6 Nice, large upstairs apartment, Close to Campus & Downtown Great Lower Apt. w/ Garage & washer/dryer, close to campus D Efficiency Apt. WSG Freshly & Heat, Very Close Large Upper Unit VeryIncludes Close to Campus! Painted D to Campus! Great Upper Apt. w/duplex, Garage &good-sized washer/dryer, rooms, close to campus Large Upper off-streetD parking, porch Efficiency, newer carpet, includes WSG & heat, great location A Charming Apt, large efficiency, includes all utilities & parking Efficiency w/ character, Incl. util. & parking, Close to Campus 8 Large Efficiency, Very&Nice! All Utilities & Parking Nice efficiency, Includes utilities parking,Includes Close to Campus 8 Remodeled Efficiency, incl.w/ util. & parking, to campus 8 Great Lower Apt. Garage &Close washer/dryer, close to campus Studio, Incl. WSG, Heat & parking, Great location by campus A Large Upper Unit Very Close to Campus! Freshly Painted Studio, Includes WSG, heat, & parking, very close to campus A Cool Efficiency, Includes & Parking, Large Closet 8 Great Upper Apt. Utilities w/ Garage & washer/dryer, close to campus Great efficiency w/ loft & balcony, includes utilities & parking 8 Efficiency, newer carpet, includes WSG & heat, great location Nice efficiency, includes utilities & parking, private entrance 8 Efficiency w/ Entrance character, & parking, to Campus Nice apt w/ Private , Incl.Incl. WSG, util. HW, heat, & parking Close 6 Large efficiency, includes WSG & heat, very close to campus Close A Nice efficiency, Includes utilities & parking, to Campus Large Studio very close to campus, Incl. WSG, Heat, & parking A Remodeled Efficiency, incl. util. & parking, Close to campus Nice, Large Apt, incl. WSG, Heat,& parking, Close to Campus A Studio, Incl. WSG, Heat Private & parking, Great location Large Apt, incl. utilities & parking, Entrance & Porch 8 by campus Fantastic Apartment, incl. all utilities & parking, large & open 8 Studio, Includes WSG, heat, & parking, very close to campus largelargopenopen Close to campus & downtown, basement storage, mud-room 3 Cool Efficiency, Includes Utilities & Parking, Large Closet Close to campus & downtown, large bedrooms & living room 3 Close to campus & downtown, rooms & kitchen utilities 3 Great efficiency w/ loftgood-sized & balcony, includes & parking Lower duplex, Large rooms, front porch, storage, parking, yard D Nice efficiency, includes utilities & parking, private entrance Lower duplex w/ Washer/ Dryer, Parking & Close to Campus D Nice apt w/w/Private Entrance , Incl. ,WSG, HW, heat, & parking Tons of storage lots of built-ins! washer/dryer WSG incl. 4 $480 $480   Large efficiency, includes WSG & heat, very close to campus $485 $485 Large Studio very close to campus, Incl. WSG, Heat, & parking $495 $495 Nice, Large Apt, incl. WSG, Heat,& parking, Close to Campus $560 $560 Large Apt, incl. utilities & parking, Private Entrance & Porch Fantastic Apartment, incl. all utilities & parking, large & open $560 $560 largelargopenopen $370 $185 Close to campus & downtown, basement storage, mud-room $380 $190 Close to campus & downtown, large bedrooms & living room $380 $190 Close to campus & downtown, good-sized rooms & kitchen $430 $215 Lower duplex, Large rooms, front porch, storage, parking, yard   $450 $225 Lower duplex w/ Washer/ Dryer, Parking & Close to Campus Rent Amount   $470 of built-ins! washer/dryer , WSG incl. Entire Unit Per$235 Person Tons of storage w/ lotsProperty Notes $480 $240 Great lower Apartment, New Carpet, Washer/Dryer, Parking   $480 $240 Includes heat, WSG, & hot water, excellent location w/ parking $480 $240 Nice upper Apt, across from campus, washer/dryer, Parking $500 $250 Nice-sized rooms, great location, WSG, Heat & HW included $500 $250 Apartment w/ garage/parking, good location, updated bathroom $520 $260 Upper duplex w/ den, big rooms + closets, new paint, parking $530 $265 Nice, Large Apt, porch, WSG, Heat, HW & Parking Included $550 $275 Charming house on corner by campus! Parking & BIG yard

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1803 1/2 7th Street E 619 13th Avenue E 1311 1/2 South Broadway 619 1/2 13th Avenue E 1415 4th Street West 208 1/2 13th Avenue West 1221 1/2 7th Street E 1721 6th Street E 1502 10th Street E 620 15th Avenue E 147 1/2 Main Street E. Apt. C 421 Wilson Avenue #1 421 Wilson Avenue #2 802 6th Avenue #6 802 6th Avenue #5 2215 1/2 5th Street E 312 12th Avenue West 119 Main Street West #3 1311 South Broadway 2215 5th Street E 220 12th Avenue West 220 1/2 12th Avenue West 606 9th Avenue East 606 1/2 9th Avenue East 610 9th Avenue East 610 1/2 9th Avenue East 922 7th Street East 321 13th Avenue West 802 6th Avenue #4 147 1/2 Main Street E Apt. B 208 13th Avenue West 814 1/2 10th Street E 1506 6th Street E 1415 1/2 4th Street West 1503 7th Street E 1312 6th Street E 1802 1/2 6th Street E 421 13th Avenue West 1110 7th Street E 312 12th Avenue West 1120 15th Avenue E 701 1/2 10th Avenue East 1606 10th Street E 1508 10th Street E 1809 6th Street E 309 14th Avenue West 221 4th Street West 1115 14th Avenue E 1319 8th Street E 1215 10th Street E 1600 10th Street E 1216 6th Street E 1509 South Broadway 2235 South Broadway 1615 7th Street E 1702 6th Street E 1620 6th Street E 1114 7th Street E 1803 7th Street E 602 12th Avenue East  1317 8th Street E Address 1515 6th Street E 1802 6th Street E. 1021 8th Street E 1301 9th Street E 1415 8th Street E 332 1/2 Main Street E 1121 6th Avenue E 2006 5th Street E. Unit A 1311 South Broadway 1603 6th Street E. Unit A 1502 7th Street E 1521 8th Street E 913 8th Street E 1920 3rd Street E 1521 2nd Street West 208 13th Avenue West 1115 6th Street E 814 10th Street E 607 13th Avenue East 1107 2nd Street West 1603 6th Street E. Unit B 414 12th Avenue West 1309 8th Street E 1708 6th Street Unit A 1708 6th Street Unit B 321 14th Avenue West 1008 6th Street E 1402 8th Street E 504 10th Street E 1603 7th Street E 1608 9th Street East 321 20th Avenue Apt. A 415 13th Avenue West 1602 8th Street E 1714 8th Street E 1321 9th Street E 1415 1/2 8th Street E 913 8th Street East 408 18th Avenue E 1803 7th Street E 921 8th Street E 1210 6th Street E 802 12th Avenue 214 4th Street West 1321 2nd Street West 1102 10th Street E 819 7th Street E 820 11th Street E 814 10th Street E 1802 6th Street E 1421 South Broadway 1609 6th Street E

$480 $240 $480 $240 $480 $240 $500 $250 $500 $250 $520 $260 $530 $265 $550 $275 $570 $285 $570 $285 $570 $285 $570 $285 $580 $290 $580 $290 $600 $300 $465 $155 $510 $170 $570 $190 $570 $190 $630 $210 $645 $215 $645 $215 $645 $215 $645 $215 $660 $220 $660 $220 $660 $220 $690 $230 $690 $230 $690 $230 $705 $235 $720 $240 $750 $250 $765 $255 $780 $260 $840 $280 $870 $290 $900 $300 $975 $325 $660 $165 $680 $170 $700 $175 $700 $175 $700 $175 $700 $175 $740 $185 $760 $190 $800 $200 $860 $215 $880 $220 $900 $225 $980 $245 $1000 $250 $1,000 $250 $1,000 $250 $1,060 $265 $1,060 $265 $1,100 $275 $1,100 $275 $1,140 $285 Rent Amount $1,140 $285 Entire Unit Per$285 Person $1,140 $1,160 $290 $1,180 $295 $1,200 $300 $1,200 $300 $1,200 $300 $800 $160 $1,000 $200 $1,000 $200 $1,000 $200 $1,100 $220 $1,150 $230 $1,200 $240 $1,200 $240 $1,200 $240 $1,200 $240 $1,250 $250 $1,250 $250 $1,300 $260 $1,300 $260 $1,350 $270 $1,375 $275 $1,400 $280 $1,400 $280 $1,400 $280 $1,400 $280 $1,450 $290 $900 $150 $900 $150 $1,110 $185 $1,200 $200 $1,200 $200 $1,260 $210 $1,290 $215 $1,320 $220 $1,350 $225 $1,410 $235 $1,440 $235 $1,440 $240 $1,500 $250 $1,560 $260 $1,590 $265 $1,680 $280 $1,050 $150 $1,295 $185 $1,610 $230 $1,610 $230 $1,750 $250 $1,920 $240 $1,960 $280 $1,960 $280 $1,600 $160

Great lower Apartment, New Carpet, Washer/Dryer, Parking Includes heat, WSG, & hot water, excellent location w/ parking Nice upper Apt, across from campus, washer/dryer, Parking Nice-sized rooms, great location, WSG, Heat & HW included Apartment w/ garage/parking, good location, updated bathroom Upper duplex w/ den, big rooms + closets, new paint, parking Nice, Large Apt, porch, WSG, Heat, HW & Parking Included Charming house on corner by campus! Parking & BIG yard Cute house, new carpet, den, garage, porch, behind Lammer's, Upper duplex, hardwood floors, large rooms & closets, parking Large, Very nice! close to campus, W/D in bldg, includes WSG Cute apt, private entrance, parking, heat, WSG & HW included Lower apt, good-sized rooms, parking, Heat, WSG & HW incl. Nice apartment, Large Rooms, All Utilities & Parking Included Great apartment, HUGE rooms, Includes all utilities & parking Lower duplex, good-sized rooms, washer/dryer, parking, yard Spacious Lower Apartment Close to Campus. Behind Kwiktrip Nice Apt, Good-Sized Rooms, Close to Campus & Downtown Nice Upper apt. Across from Campus, washer/dryer, Parking Nice Upper duplex, good-sized rooms, W/D hook-ups, parking Nice, Large lower duplex, washer/dryer, parking, great location falocationloclolocationlocation Nice, Large upper duplex, washer/dryer, parking, great location Cozy apt w/ den. Just a stone’s throw from campus! New Carpet Upstairs Unit. Just a stone’s throw from campus! New Carpet Cozy apt w/ den. Just a stone’s throw from campus! New Carpet Upstairs Unit. Just a stone’s throw from campus! So close! Spacious & Great Layout! One block from Campus! Lower Super location, washer/dryer, off-street parking, nice big yard Nice 2-level apt. Private Entrance, includes utilities & parking Nice rooms & closets, incl. WSG, laundry on-site, downtown Large lower duplex close to campus, big rooms, W/D, parking Very Desirable Upper duplex, large rooms, recently remodeled Large rooms w/ den & storage, 2 kitchens, porch & large yard Nice apartment, new flooring, washer/dryer, garage, parking Great lower duplex, hardwood floors, porch & patio, parking Nice House, porch, big back yard, parking, close to campus Awesome Lower Apt by campus, ½ Garage w/ Storage, W/D Nice house, W/D, Large Rooms, parking & lawn care included Awesome! spacious & well-maintained, washer/dryer & garage Spacious Upstairs Apartment Close to Campus. Behind Kwiktrip Lower duplex, Large Rooms, washer/dryer, off-street parking Nice & Spacious Upstairs Apartment. One Block from Campus! Newly Remodeled, New flooring, New appliances, W/D, parking Nice layout, Large Rooms, washer/dryer, Basement, parking New flooring & Paint inside, BIG secluded yard, W/D, parking Good location, washer/dryer, storage, basement, parking, yard North campus, W/D, Large Rooms, basement storage, parking Large rooms, washer/dryer, 3-season porch, garage, parking Fresh paint, New L.R. carpet, off-street parking, near campus 3-season porch, built-ins, parking + 2 car garage, big yard, W/D Nice-sized rooms, washer/dryer, garage & fenced-in back yard Across the street from Campus! Front porch, W/D, Parking Large house, BIG Rooms, nice inside! great location, parking Great house!, W/D, basement, 1 car garage/carport + parking Front porch, back deck, basement, W/D, Garage, great location Spacious house, Huge living room, den, W/D, off-street parking Great house! nice-sized rooms, 2 L.R.’s, washer/dryer, garage Great house! big front porch, garage, washer/dryer, basement Large House, dishwasher, parking, W/D, 2 HUGE Bedrooms Super close to campus! Large Bedrooms, W/D, some updates Great house! den, W/D, carport, nice back deck, good location   Notes Spacious house w/ den, Property porch, W/D, parking, close to campus Awesome Place! Enclosed Porch, ½ Garage w/ Storage, W/D Fantastic House! screened porch, big deck, Garage, parking Really Beautiful House! front porch & back deck, W/D, Garage GORGEOUS & NEW! Super Nice! Large rooms, W/D, parking HUGE! Fantastic Downtown Apt w/ Deck, W/D, Parking for 3 Large house, new flooring, front porch, off-street parking, yard Some Updates, Good-Sized Rooms, W/D, Off-Street Parking Nice house, washer/dryer, across street from campus, Parking Front Unit Very Close to Campus. Front Porch. Washer/Dryer New bath floors, W/D, porch, den, nice location & yard, parking Good-sized bedrooms, new paint, W/D, big yard, good location Lower Apartment Close to Campus! Great Layout. Front porch. Large House By Campus. Big Rooms! Garage, W/D, Parking House with lots of character by campus! Garage, Washer/Dryer Large bedrooms, W/D, front porch, very close to campus, den Super Close to Campus! updates, W/D, garage/parking, porch Desirable house, updated, washer/dryer, fenced yard, parking Great House Very Close to Campus! 2 porches, W/D, parking Excellent location by campus! nice layout, W/D, 1-car garage Newer Rear Unit Very Close to Campus. Large Rooms. W/D Cute house, W/D, front porch, big garage, lawn care included Great house & location! W/D, garage, parking, lawn care incl. Fabulous & Modern Apt. w/ Large Rooms, W/D, parking, A/C Fabulous & Modern Apt. w/ Large Rooms, W/D, parking, A/C Great House! Nice rooms, W/D, garage, parking, near campus Awesome House, Large rooms, W/D, garage, close to campus Near campus & grocery, washer/dryer, parking, full basement Huge House, Nice Rooms, W/D, basement, large yard, parking Great House, gas fireplace, washer/dryer, big yard, parking Great Location! Large House right by Lammer’s Grocery Store Very Nice & Newer Apt. Big Bedrooms! parking, W/D, storage Big Bedrooms, Good Location, washer/dryer, Lawn care incl. Cool House, Good location, nice rooms, washer/dryer, parking Spacious House, big deck, parking & garages, pool table & bar Near Campus & Grocery Store, W/D, yard, garages & parking Fantastic, Large Apt, W/D, Nice Rooms, lots of parking & More Big house close to campus. 2 Kitchens & 2 Living Rooms, porch Great House, Remodeled kitchen & bathrooms, W/D, parking Great House, 2 W/D, dishwasher, 2 HUGE Bedrooms, garage Fantastic House! Big rooms, W/D, yard, porches, 2-car garage Great House across the street from campus! Lawn care incl. Awesome House! Basement rec. room, W/D, garage & parking Large House on North Campus by Red Cedar Suites. Parking Large house, washer/dryer, bar, parking, 1 block from campus Nice Big house, updates, good-sized rooms, W/D, 2-car garage Fabulous House! Close to campus! NEW 2-car Garage! W/D Awesome house! Wrap-around porch, W/D, basement, parking Great House, remodeled, Large Rooms, washer/dryer, parking Fantastic House! Huge Garage w/ Storage, 2 W/D sets, porch Super House! BIG Rooms, W/D, Across from stadium, garage Very Large House, 2 living rooms, good location, parking, porch

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ALL ABOVE INFORMATION IS BELIEVED ACCURATE AND CURRENT BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CONTACT AMERICAN EDGE REAL ESTATE SERVICES TO CONFIRM AVAILABILITY OF SPECIFIC PROPERTIES. AMERICAN EDGE REAL ESTATE SERVICES AND THE MANAGING BROKERS ARE MEMBERS OF THE WISCONSIN REALTORS ASSOCIATION AND THE CHIPPEWAY VALLEY BOARD OF REALTORS. Prospective renters should be aware that any property manager, rental agent or employees thereof are representing the Landlords interests and owe duties of loyalty and faithfulness to the Landlord. They also are, however, obligated to treat all parties fairly and in accordance with Fair Housing laws and standards.


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Local zombies Alex Van Ert & Ryan Verdon zombifying their pal Levi Gilbert.

Amanda Soine Entertainment Writer Fall has officially begun, which means that in the approaching weeks, zombies will be invading the Menomonie area in more ways than one. This year, the citywide Menomonie Zombie Crawl falls on Saturday Oct. 12. In honor of the invasion, The Raw Deal has teamed up with Drive By Press to not only make sure zombies get their caffeine fix, but to make sure that this day will be commemorated in an artistic format. Drive By Press, a traveling printing company, will be holding a live wood block printing expo from noon to 6 p.m. at The Raw Deal, leading up to the Zombie Crawl. “Drive By Press is the fast food of wearable art,” said Raw Deal barista Helen Stieve. “It takes hours to carve out the wooden printing blocks but just minutes to make mass prints The company has two studios, one in Austin, TX and the other in New York City. They often take their artists and prints on the road, traveling across the country to expose people to their work. Drive By Press is known for their highlydetailed prints and their overall printmaking

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process, which dates back 800 years. Each print is entirely hand carved out of wood. This process allows them to achieve a look that is purely unique and specific to their brand. Adhering to the citywide zombie theme for the day, Drive By Press will be printing on t-shirts using their own zombie-themed woodcarvings. “It is a truly one of a kind shirt that reaches a very broad market,” Stieve said. “The collaboration is solely created to work with the Zombie Crawl.” The Raw Deal will also be participating in the zombie theme as well by offering a customized menu and drink specials that all zombies, and humans, are sure to love.

For more information regarding this event, visit: www.rawdeal-wi.com

Oct. 08- Oct. 21, 2013

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Jamie Wagner with lovable pit bull Piggly Wiggly at the Dunn County Humane Society.

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Tuesdays at The Abbey: Cans for Canines Lita G. Olsen Entertainment Writer The Abbey Pub & Grub holds their Cans for Canines program every Tuesday night where they collect cans for the Dunn County Humane Society to help support the cats and dogs that need it most. Cans for Canines has informally been around since The Abbey opened last January. The owner of The Abbey, Abbey Schmaling, explained that Cans for Canines came about naturally. “We just kind of did it¬— I pass the Humane Society every day when I go to the dog park, so I drop the cans off there,” said Schmaling. Schmaling is a dog owner and animal lover, as are many employees at The Abbey. Her four-legged friend is a black lab mix, named Otto. “I have a soft spot; I’ve fostered dogs and cats before,” said Schmaling, which is exactly what the Dunn County Humane Society needs— compassion for the animals. The Humane Society is a no-kill shelter

that was built to house 60 cats and 11 to 12 dogs. However, they currently house 170 cats and 30 dogs. Throughout the entire year, about 800 animals will go through the Humane Society. Jamie Wagner, the kennel manager and interim director of the Dunn County Humane Society explained, “It takes a lot of time and effort to care for the animals, so we struggle to get out there in the community. It’s really nice when other local businesses will do stuff like this and help us out, even in just little ways.” So far this year, the Dunn County Humane Society has received $3,394.90 from donated aluminum cans from the community. As Wagner puts it, “every little bit helps.” And you can help out too by stopping by The Abbey on Tuesday nights between 9 p.m. and 2 a.m. for 16 ounce cans of PBR’s, Busch Light and Hamm’s for $2 and Lucette’s for $3. The Dunn County Humane Society also accepts personal aluminum can donations.


Oct. 08- Oct. 21, 2013

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“Yes or no?” - Jeremy Sigrist

Billy Tuite Entertainment Writer It’s that time of year again ladies and gents, so get ready to dance the week away during this year’s University of Wisconsin—Stout’s Homecoming! The theme for 2013 is “Menom-Prom—A Chance @ Stout Romance,” and Blue Devil Productions plans to rekindle those fond memories of senior prom with plenty of fancy festivities and ceremonial competitions.

Monday, Oct. 14 Students can begin donning their tuxedos and gowns at the Dance with a DJ Kick-Off event at 7 p.m. in the Great Hall of the Memorial Student Center. Also beginning Oct. 14 is the Penny Wars. This weeklong event will have various UW–Stout organizations racing to fill jars with pennies to score points and raise money for a local charity. The team with the most pennies in their jar will be claim the victory on Thursday at 4 p.m.

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Tuesday, Oct. 15 Strap in for an old-fashioned gravity race with the Soapbox Derby. Organizations will once again team up to build custom soapbox cars in just a few short hours. Teams will then race their cars at 4 p.m. by Wilson Avenue & Second Street. Blue Devil Productions will also be hosting the Menom-Prom: All Dressed Up fashion show in the MSC Terrace at 7 p.m. All students are encouraged to compete and bring their most ceremonial garments. Prizes will be awarded to the best-dressed prom-goers.

Wednesday, Oct. 16 Participating organizations will get to show off their personal banners and prom-themed pennants, which will be displayed by the Skylight Market of the MSC. Comedian Beth Stelling will close out the day with a hilarious performance in the MSC Great Hall at 8 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19 Thursday, Oct. 17 Thursday marks the beginning of the annual Couch-a-Thon. Organization and club delegates will plant their behinds on a couch in the MSC Amphitheater at noon and will remain seated for the next 24 hours, non-stop. It may sound boring, but the Couch-a-Thon actually tends to be one of the most intense Homecoming events.

Finally, the festivities come to an end with another kick-off, as the heated football game against UW—LaCrosse begins at 1 p.m. Come out and cheer the Blue Devils to victory! Students will have plenty of opportunities to participate in lively events and relive that high school prom nostalgia Homecoming week. So pull out your best dress and get ready to ask that special someone, “Will you go to Menom-Prom with me?”

Friday, Oct. 18 The royalty will get their chance to shine on Friday with the announcement of the Homecoming King and Queen at noon. Comedian Eric O’Shea will bring his whimsical brand of humor with a stand-up performance in the MSC Great Hall at 8 p.m., followed by the coronation at 9 p.m.

For more information on these and other events, contact Blue Devil Productions at bdp@uwstout.edu or visit their website bdp.uwstout.edu/homecoming


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The UW–Stout student’s guide to fall frolicking Matthew Roskowski Entertainment Writer Need to find a beautiful place to enjoy the fall weather? Well, look no further. The following is a short list of places to visit, most only a bike ride away, in and around Menomonie.

Trip Falls Located a mile or so outside of Menomonie, Trip Falls provides a short scenic hike along a creek located in a small canyon. Climb the waterfall and meander farther up the creek to find an open forest where you can read Shakespeare or Tom Clancy novels aloud in peace. Head along Broadway Street until you reach Highway 29, then head west. Take a left on Hofland Road, then another left on 410th Street and pull over at the small bridge with medal guardrails. The trail is on your right.

Devil’s Punchbowl A small, natural canyon, the Devil’s Punchbowl is an absolute wonder. The parabolic shape of the rock wall, the tree roots dangling down the cliffs, the oft-aligned trees and the busy chipmunks provide a panorama of relaxation. The Punchbowl is also thought to be haunted, so bring your Ouija boards. And if ghosts aren’t your thing, I suggest you bring some garlic to keep the spirits at bay. Head past Trip Falls and continue along 410th Street. It is located on the left shortly after passing 490th Avenue.

The Red Cedar Trail Winding along the Red Cedar River, the Red Cedar Trail is lined with lively forests, sandstone bluffs and pastoral farmland. With miles and miles of trails, you can get lost for the day and forget about the stresses of college life. Ellen Ochs from the Red Cedar Board of Directors describes the trail as a “beautiful place to walk, bike or cross-country ski in the winter. Walking the trail is free, good exercise and good for morale.” Enter near Riverside Park off Highway 29 or by the north side of the dam near North Broadway Street.

Hoffman Hills

Do you like hills? Do you like 60 foot high observation towers that overlook forest canopies and the distant horizon? If so, Hoffman Hills is your place. Hoffman Hills boasts nearly nine miles of trails that take you through the depths of the forest, meadows and a mile of wetlands. The view from the tower is fantastic, so bring your cameras, a picnic basket and a pocket full of smiles. Head along Broadway Street until you reach Highway 29 and go east. Turn left County Road B, turn right on 730th Ave., turn left on 720th St. and continue on 730th St. until you reach the parking lot.

Katie Krueger, Chelsea Schmidt, Julia Smerz, Kelsi Dolan chillaxing on the Red Cedar Trail.

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Hundreds of gamers unite at PONG Expo LAN

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Billy Tuite Entertainment Writer On Friday, Oct. 4, hundreds of students flooded into the Great Hall of the Memorial Student Center for the largest gathering of gamers on campus: the PONG Expo LAN. This was the first gaming event of the semester hosted by PONG, which stands for People’s Organization of Network Gaming. Lasting until the following Sunday, this 48-hour LAN, or local area network, party had more than 200 gamers playing a wide array of video games in competitive and cooperative harmony. Advertised on PONG’s website as “the biggest LAN of the fall semester,” the event was filled up a mere 24 hours after registration began. That’s a record time, according to PONG President Richard Canada. “Watching all the seats fill in just one day was very satisfying,” Canada said. Nearly all 208 seats in the MSC were lined with massive, illuminating monitors and hightech computers. The time and money invested in these computers shows the true dedication of those who built them. PONG’s events coordinator Alexander Bresnahan has perhaps the most glorious rig of all with his computer reaching a grand total of $4,000. “Through strategic upgrades, I’ve built this computer over five years,” Bresnahan said. Some may wonder how these devoted students

stay awake for 48 hours among all this gaming and gadgetry. The answer is simple. “Sheer willpower and caffeine.” Canada said. “Lots and lots of caffeine.” That time flies quickly when you’re having fun, though. Attendees were kept busy by a diverse mix of PC and console games with rounds and tournaments in “Minecraft,” “Halo 4,” “Super Smash Bros.,” and the ever-popular “League of Legends” kept attendees busy. Upon arriving, attendee Taylor Brace said, “I came to compete in the “League of Legends” tournament. In between that, I’ll be playing “Borderlands 2” and “Bioshock” with some friends.” Indeed, students do not need to compete in tournaments. Other attendees came just to casually play games with fellow gamers. “I get to play games in public instead of playing alone,” participant Derek Kubesh said. “It’s just fun to be around other gamers and meet new people who play the same games.” Nobody plays alone during the LAN parties. There’s a genuine camaraderie among this massive collection of like-minded gamers. “Ask anyone who has been to any of our events and you will discover that we are one of the nicest gaming communities in existence,” Canada said. Ultimately, PONG’s goal is to break the antisocial gamer stereotype by offering a fun, communal gaming environment. To stay updated with future PONG events, visit their website at pong.uwstout.edu

PONG!

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Eric Koeppel Entertainment Edtior The Menomonie Theater Guild is kicking off its 55th season with a bang and a whole lot of laughs on Oct. 11 at the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts. Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest,” directed by University of Wisconsin–Stout English professor and Wilde scholar Joan Navarre, is a classic satirical comedy featuring an array of local talent, including UW–Stout professors Kevin Drzakowski and Stephen Collie. The play will be accompanied by an exhibit put together by students from UW–Stout and Indiana State University. When the Menomonie Theater Guild decided to do “The Importance of Being Earnest,” the decision to ask Navarre to direct was obvious. Known for her research, lectures and published works on Wilde, Navarre jumped at the opportunity to make her directorial debut. “I have taught plays, the theory of plays and the history of drama, but I never applied all of that to an actual production,” said Navarre. “You learn so much more from rolling up your sleeves and doing it. I’m seeing things in the play I never noticed, even though I have taught it many times.” Drzakowski, an English professor who has been involved with the Guild for nearly six years, will be starring as John Worthing, and he encourages students to come see the play. “It’s always fun to laugh at a professor,” said Drzakowski. “Not with them necessarily, but this is a good chance to laugh at them.” Collie, who teaches speech communication, is now involved in his 15th production with the guild, and will be making an appearance as Merriman. Collie played the role of Jack Worthing in high school and praises the play’s witty nature. “Oscar Wilde manages to poke holes in everything in delightful ways,” he laughed. “And this production is a wonderful opportunity to see literature come to life.” Through hard work, passion and dedication, the Theater Guild has become an asset to the Menomonie community over the years. “It’s a good place for people to find community and come together over a shared interest; and it’s a multifaceted interest at that,” said cast member Chelsea Chase. “There are people that do set work, sell tickets, serve on the board, act, participate as stage hands and all kinds of things.” In fact, the Menomonie Theater Guild applies the same concept of collaborative learning that UW—Stout uses in their productions. “At UW—Stout it’s not only applied learn-

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ing, it is collaborative. That is what it’s all about,” said Navarre. “This has been an incredibly collaborative experience.” Students of Navarre’s Fiction into Film class and honor students from an Oscar Wilde class at Indiana State University will also be collaborating with her during the production. Marilyn Bisch, who teaches the course at Indiana State Univesity and cofounded the Oscar Wilde Society with Navarre, will be taking her students on a 10-hour bus ride to Menomonie for the opening weekend. Students from both classes will be involved in an exhibit at the Mabel Tainter, which features an introduction to Wilde, information about the first night on Feb. 14, 1985 as well as an original program from the play’s premiere. “For me it’s not only getting the students to the theater,” said Navarre, “but the idea of creating an exhibition that communicates information visually to an audience that maybe doesn’t know anything about Oscar Wilde.” The rest of the cast and crew are excited to share their production with students as well. “I encourage students to come out and see a show like this because not only is it part of our history, it is just as relevant today,” said Leland Brenholt, who plays Lady Bracknell. Jonathan Hillman, a Menomonie native who plays Algernon Moncrieff, stresses the importance of supporting the arts community in his hometown. “I think it is such a local treasure to not only have this beautiful Victorian theater in town, but also to have such a vibrant arts community,” Hillman said, “and it is something that really needs to be preserved and protected.” So don’t be a bunburyist: head over to the historic Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts for “The Importance of Being Earnest.”

Director Joan Navarre & actress Chelsea Chase going over lines.

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Director Joan Navarre & actor Stephen Collie.

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Leland Brenholt, Jonathan Hillman, Katie Shay, & Kevin Drzakowski rehearsing a scene.

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Show times: Oct. 11, 12 @ 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18, 19 @ 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 @ 2:00 p.m.

Ticket information: 715-231-7529 menomonietheaterguild.com


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Blue Devils fall short against Titans Kou Yang Sports Editor The last two battles against the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh have been memorable, but the University of Wisconsin–Stout football team couldn’t get over the hump and lost a close one against the Titans, 28-26, on Saturday, Oct. 5. The Titans’ defense started the game like a team, poised to get past the NCAA semi-finals, a feat they accomplished last year. After forcing the Blue Devils’ offense to a three-and-out on their opening drive of the game, the defense forced a turnover by picking off Blue Devil quarterback Hank Kujak, a junior from Blair, Wis., in Blue Devils territory. The offense converted the turnover into seven points after All-Conference performer Cole Myhra took a handoff for a 3-yard touchdown run. The Blue Devils were forced to punt from their half of the field in their next two drives, and the Titans took advantage of good field position. After capitalizing on defensive miscues for two touchdown receptions of more than 50 yards, the Titans’ offense showed no signs of slowing down. They had raced out to a 21-0 lead with more than four minutes still to

Pacheco capped a 54-yard run with his first touchdown of the season Kou Yang/Stoutonia

play in the first quarter, and UW–Stout looked to be in for a long day against the No. 9 team in Division III. But on the very next offensive play, starting at the Blue Devils’ 8-yard line, freshman running back Adolfo Pacheco from South Elgin, Ill. took the ball down the Titans’ sideline for 54 yards. This was his longest run of the season so far, and it marked UW–Stout’s first trip into Titans territory. After two first downs, Pacheco put the Blue Devils on the board, dragging a defender into the end zone on an 8-yard touchdown run. A missed field goal by the Titans’ place kicker on their next drive gave the Blue Devils an opportunity to march the other way. A 47-yard over-the-shoulder catch by Trevor Morning, a senior from Bloomer, Wis., sparked the offense, but they were stalked inside the Titans’ 5-yard line and UW–Stout had to settle for a field goal by Ricky Marteney, a senior from Grenfield, Wis., to cut the deficit at 21-10. UW–Stout made another long trip into Titans territory, but was once again stopped near the goal line. Marteney added another field

goal before the half, and the Blue Devils were back in the game, trailing 21-13. Coming out of the break, UW–Oshkosh went on a long, 16-play, 75-yard touchdown drive that lasted more than six minutes and extended their lead to 28-13. The Blue Devils answered on their next drive and made it a game again. Aided by two facemask penalties and an unsportsmanlike penalty totaling 45 combined yards, the Blue Devils found themselves on the Titans’ 7-yard line. On third-and-goal, after two plays of no gain, Kujak completed a 7-yard toss to Morning for a touchdown. Marteney’s extra point brought the Blue Devils within one possession again at 28-20. Two more field goals from Marteney between the end of the third quarter and the beginning of the fourth quarter made it 28-26 in favor of the Titans and nearly erased the 21-point hole that the Blue Devils were in to start the game. But that was as close as UW– Stout would get, as Kujak was intercepted on each of the Blue Devils’ last two drives. After Kujak’s second interception of the day,

the Titans’ offense drove the ball down to the Blue Devils’ 1-yard line. Opting to go for the touchdown on a fourth-and-goal at the Blue Devils’ 1-yard line, Myhra’s run was cut down by defensive lineman Kevin Houts, a junior from Bloomington, Minn. UW–Stout had one more chance and drove the ball into Titans territory. But with 21 seconds left in the game, Kujak was picked off for the third time in the game to seal the win for UW–Oshkosh. Kujak finished the day with 19 completions out of 42 attempts for 243 yards, with one touchdown and three interceptions. Pacheco led the Blue Devils with 97 rushing yards on 13 attempts and a touchdown. Morning caught four passes for 98 yards and a touchdown. Luke Bakkum, a junior from Oconomowoc, Wis., had 11 tackles for the Blue Devils. UW–Stout will have another tough test on Saturday, Oct. 12 when they travel to take on No. 7 University of Wisconsin–Whitewater.


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Morgan Denny’s kill sparked the Blue Devils’ fifth set win Kou Yang/Stoutonia

Fifth-set comeback wins it for UW–Stout Kou Yang Sports Editor After taking the first two sets 25-10 and 2516, the University of Wisconsin–Stout women’s volleyball team looked set to sweep the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh. But the Blue Devils dropped the next two sets and the Titans came back to tie the match, winning the third and fourth sets 25-22 and 25-19. In a close third set, it was the miscues that cost the Blue Devils. Though they had 12 kills in the set, they also committed 12 errors. The final set was looking good for the Titans as they jumped to an 8-5 lead. But the Blue Devils slugged it out and went on to score 10 points and gave up just five the rest of the set to capture their first conference win of the season. Laura Reiter, a sophomore from Lino Lakes, Minn., had 18 kills and three block assists. Molly Brion, a sophomore from Cameron, Wis., had 15 kills and 23 digs. Emily Crew, a junior from Maplewood, Minn., added 10 kills, one block and seven block assists. Karley Wiensch, a junior from Chippewa Falls, Wis., led all players with 53 assists; she also added two service aces and 24 digs.

Nicole Bradford, a junior from Ridgeland, Wis., led the Blue Devils’ defense with 26 digs, while UW–Oshkosh’s Mandy Trautmann led all players with 33 digs. UW–Oshkosh’s Danielle Stoppenbach had six service aces in the game, and Jordyn Bratel also had 12 kills for the Titans. The Blue Devils (13-7, 1-3 WIAC) will compete in the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire Invitational on Oct. 11-12 where they will play the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse, Gustavus Adolphus College, University of Minnesota–Morris and Augsburg College. UW–Stout will resume conference play when they host the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.

Laura Reiter (Right) had a season-high 59 attempts for UW–Stout’s offense Kou Yang/Stoutonia


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Women’s golf team takes second at WIAC Championships Kou Yang Sports Editor

With a two-shot lead ahead of No. 23 University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire after the first round, the University of Wisconsin–Stout women’s golf team couldn’t hold on and finished second at the WIAC Championships on Sunday, Oct. 6 in Nekoosa, Wis. Brittany McNett-Emmerich, a junior from Madison, Wis., was unable to defend her title, but led UW–Stout with a second place finish. She shot a 78 in the first round and was five strokes behind the eventual champion after two rounds with an 81 in the second round. McNett-Emmerich was unable to make up the difference and repeated her third round with an 81. Mariah Kelsey, a junior from Mankato, Minn., was in a three-way tie for second place after one round and was in good position, but her 92 in the second round eliminated all hopes

of capturing the title. She shot an 84 on the last day for a total score of 254 and finished tied for ninth place. Maddy Paulsen, a sophomore from Apple Valley, Minn., also tied for ninth. Megan Ramp, a junior from Batavia, Ill., was three strokes better and finished in eighth. UW–Eau Claire’s Kate Engler had a fivestroke lead over McNett-Emmerich going into the final day. She was able to keep her pace from the previous rounds, staying under 80 stokes in the final day to take the WIAC individual title by nine shots. Those shots made the difference, as the University of Wisconsin– Eau Claire took the title by nine shots. Emily Stone of UW–Eau Claire was two shots behind McNett-Emmerich to round out the top three. Anna Busch, a junior from Red Wing,

Alex Westman is the first Blue Devil to receive the Judy Kruckman Scholar-Athlete Award Kou Yang/Stoutonia

Minn., shot a 264 and tied for 16th. Jessica Levens, a sophomore from Golden Valley, Minn., shot 297. Alex Westman, a senior from Richfield, Minn., finished 19th and was named the Judy Kruckman Woman’s Golf Scholar-Athlete. Coach Howie Samb was named Coach of the Year for the fourth straight year. The Blue Devils will begin the spring season in St. Louis, Mo. where they will play in the Washington University Invitational on Saturday, April 5.


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Emma DeRubeis (Right) contributed three shots coming off the bench, two on net late in the match Kou Yang/Stoutonia

UW-Stout gets first conference win with overtime goal Kou Yang Sports Editor After 45 minutes, the University of Wisconsin–Stout women’s soccer team was at a nil-nil draw against the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. After 90 minutes, they were at a 1-1 draw. But it took just two minutes into overtime for the Blue Devils to seal the win against the Eagles on Saturday, Sept. 28. The Blue Devils had the first shot to take the lead in the seventh minute, but Alix Hyduke’s header was saved by the Eagles’ goalkeeper. Hyduke, a senior forward from Duluth, Minn., also had a chance to put the Blue Devils on top late in the match, but her second attempt on goal was again saved in the penalty area. Though the Blue Devils had 10 shots in the first half, they managed just one shot on goal, with a couple being blocked by the Eagles’ defenders.

The Eagles started the second half pressuring the UW-Stout defense and had two shots on goal within 10 minutes. Robbie Shelby, a junior goalkeeper from La Crosse, Wis., was in position to grab those two shots. It was the next shot, however, that she was unable to make a play, and the Eagles took a 1-nil lead in the 56th minute with a goal from Sarah Jacobs, a freshman from Oregon, Wis. Megan Gresl, sophomore from Appleton, Wis., got the assist on the play by pushing forward and made a pass that went behind Jacobs’ defender. Jacobs was able to control the ball and netted her first goal of the season. Down with about 15 minutes left to play, the Blue Devils needed to make more plays in the box. After winning a corner in the 76th minute, UW-La Crosse committed a foul in

the penalty area after a cross that was headed high by Kelly Conn, a freshman from Menasha, Wis. Senior captain Emily Ferger from Wauwatosa, Wis. took the shot from the spot and evened the score at 1-1. In the final 10 minutes of regular time, both keepers made five stops—three by the Eagles’ keeper—to send the match into overtime. Shelby made seven saves in the game for UW–Stout, five in the second half and one just seconds before the whistle to end play in regulation. With her only shot of the match, Camille Fawcett, a freshman from Byron, Minn., headed in the match-winner to give the Blue Devils their first conference win. Conn got the assist on a cross. With a 7-1 win at the University of Wis-

consin–Superior on Saturday, Oct. 5, the Blue Devils moved into third place in the WIAC standings. UW–Stout (3-7-1, 1-1-0 WIAC) will host fourth-place University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (4-3-3, 1-1-1 WIAC) on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. The Blue Devils will host WIAC leaders and No. 25 University of Wisconsin– Whitewater on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 2 p.m.


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Career Conference 2013 10:00am3:00pm at Johnson Fieldhouse

Health & Benefits Fair 10:00am-2:00pm at The Glass Lounge, Commons

Career Conference 2013 10:00am3:00pm at Johnson Fieldhouse

Soccer 7:00pm9:00pm vs. UW-Eau Claire

Lost Highway Performs 8:00pm at The Terrace, MSC

Soccer 2:00pm5:00pm vs. UW-Whitewater

UW-Law School Presentation 10:am-1:00pm at Tainter Hall Room #6

Trivia Night 8:pm at The Terrce, MSC

I Love Female Orgasim 8:00pm at The Great Hall, MSC

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Homecoming Kickoff Dance 7:00pm at The Great Hall, MSC

Pizza & Wing Beach Party 4:00pm- 7:30pm at Price Commons & North Point

Volleyball 7:00pm-9:00pm vs. UW-Eau Claire

Soapbox Derby 4:00pm at Wilson Ave. & 2nd St. W

Comedian Beth Stelling 8:00pm at The Great Hall, MSC

Menom-Prom: All Dressed up 7:00pm at The Terrace, MSC

Couch-a-thon Begins at noon at the MSC Ampitheater

Comedian Eric O’ Shea 8:00pm at the Great Hall, MSC

Homecoming Football Game 1:00pm- 5:00pm vs. La Crosse Blue Devil Run/ Walk 9:00am at The Johnson Fieldhouse Pre-Game Tailgate 11:00am at The Dan & Williams Statium Trivia Night 8:pm at The Terrce, MSC

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Stoutonia is the student-run news magazine published bi-weekly at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wis.

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